Society for the Protection of Unborn Children

Parents to be warned about pornographic sex ed in primary schools

Assalamu Alaikum WR WB
Please Protect your innocent children from the planned immoral promiscuous sex education in our schools. Please protest and join the moral Christian campaign of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children(SPUC )(SAFE AT SCHOOL campaign)/see below.

And please spread this important message to all Muslims you know and by E mails,put it on websites,mention it in :Friday Khutba,islamic circles,conferences, and publish it in the newspapers and magazines...
For any query please contact SPUC on:
7091 7091
Or contact me on:
07944 240 622

Dr A.Majid Katme
Muslim Coordinator to SPUC

3 Whitacre Mews, Stannary Street
London, SE11 4AB, United Kingdom
Telephone: (020) 7091 7091


30 November 2010: Extracts from a controversial sex education programme will be screened at a public meeting being held to alert parents to the dangers of explicit sex education.

The  programme under scrutiny is “Living and Growing”, produced by Channel 4. Used by Worksop primary schools as a resource to teach sex and relationships education (SRE), “Living and Growing” includes a cartoon of sexual intercourse, showing girls how to locate their clitoris and telling them that it feels nice when you touch it. This material is for children of seven to nine years of age.

Antonia Tully, the organiser of the Safe at School campaign, will advise parents that primary schools are under no legal obligation to deliver SRE, nor are they compelled to take advice from local authorities in their choice of programme for SRE. Mrs Tully will speak at a public meeting organised by SPUC in Worksop on Wednesday 1 December, 7.30 pm, at The Crossing Church and Centre, Newcastle Street, Worksop.

Safe at School is a national campaign run by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC)

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